One foot in the door, one foot down the street…

Posted on May 17, 2013 by

We are 32% moved! Or thereabouts. We are in the new apartment as much as is possible for two women whose bed, purchased courtesy Condobeds, did not arrive when promised. We are staying in an AirB&B down the road as a result–they’re saying they’ll pay, and the bed is due after the long weekend.

The place still pretty much looks like this.
The new apartment awaits the arrival of our stuff... sometime next week.

The kids are adjusting. Rumble got brave comparatively early, but Minnow has only just emerged from behind the dryer. Interestingly, she wedged herself on the kitchen counter between the stove and the fridge, which was where she hunkered down in the old apartment after we took away all the stuff. It’s architecturally familiar!

I gave Rum the equivalent of a bath just now and petted Minnow’s fur with wet hands as much as I could. Double duty–they get more hydration licking the water off, and they get clean.

When we first arrived and I looked at WiFi networks in the building–to access ours using its temporary name and password–I got a brief vanishing glimpse of one named ISIS Mainframe. So now our network is named ODIN Mainframe. We are extremely amused by this.

Umm…. what else? The water wasn’t turned on for the washer and dryer, so some hilarious but undamaging washing machine hijinx ensued before we got the thing working. And today has mostly been an exercise in walking out to places to get things we need and then walking the frack back. Peter Watts helped us out a ton and he is a god. We will be feeding him delicious food as soon as our kitchen arrives.

Response to One foot in the door, one foot down the street…

  1. Glad to hear it went well. Don’t forget to change your About Alyx Dellamonica … I live in … not any more, you don’t. Vancouver feels quite different without you both.

  2. hey, thanks for the update.. thanks for posting to facebook too, as then I get to find it quicker 😉 lovee and huggs (sic)

  3. Glad the kitties are settling in. It’s a slow process sometimes. They’ll be happier when all the familiar stuff (and you) are there.

    ODIN and ISIS. Got to love.